When buying a used handgun, how do you know if it’s a gem, or a problem that someone else dumped on an unsuspecting buyer? Check out these tips for evaluating a used handgun prior to purchase.
Sure, some “tac” guy behind the counter told you buckshot was the only way to go in your self-defense shotgun. He was only part right. “Remember, the load is called ‘buckshot’ because it was originally used for killing large animals, like buck deer … . It is powerful stuff … the shotgun round that people [...]
The number of scope options available to modern shooters is overwhelming. Here are some questions to begin asking.
“Ruby” is a generic name applied to a .32-caliber automatic pistol made in Spain during the WWI era. They are fairly common in the United States but tend to be ignored by most gun collectors. In my opinion that’s a mistake.
These essential long gun upgrades and gun accessories are critical to better shooting.
Though certainly not complete training in and of itself, shooting competition (IDPA, IPSC, etc.) can be a useful component of firearms training, skill maintenance and skill assessment.
The Rock River Arms LAR-15 is one AR that is made to seriously hunt.
FNH USA introduces a new, improved .45 for the civilian market. Gun Digest got the scoop on the FNX-45.
Leave nothing to chance this spring with some of today’s greatest gobbler getting shotguns. Check out 8 photos of new turkey shotguns for 2013.
Selecting a handgun is personal—too personal to allow me or anyone else to do it for you. That said, it needs to fit your hand, have a recoil impulse you can control, and be small enough and light enough you might actually carry it and have it with you when you need it. Yes, you need to like it. Not I nor anyone else is qualified to make those decisions for you. I don’t want you buying my underwear and I’ll bet you don’t want me picking out yours.